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A leader in London’s competitive Far Eastern dining scene, Cah-Chi Korean’s West Wimbledon location serves authentic Korean specialities that pull in diners from all corners of the city. Found on Durham Road in Raynes Park, this beloved foodie destination gives other area Asian restaurants a run for their money. Open every day of the week except Monday, Cah-Chi is there for you when you need to soothe the soul with a hot stone bowl of bibimbap.
It's not the same restaurant anymore! Now another Korean restaurant. Odd how I could still book it through you! Great food but a little expensive for the basics
Food was excellent. The restaurant is very popular with local Korean families, which tells you a lot about how authentic and tasty the cuisine is! Staff are incredibly friendly, efficient and attentive . Great experience all round.
Always good service and great food at Cah Chi. The restaurant has a nice buzz about it and is turning into a regular for us. Great value for money too.
The perfect place to bring your whole group of friends, London’s Cah-Chi in West Wimbledon, like most good Korean restaurants, encourages communal dining and sharing. Crowd around one of the restaurant’s table barbecues and grill until you’ve reached meat nirvana, or simply order one of Cah-Chi’s incredible noodle or rice dishes, all accompanied by little side dishes known as banchan. With its Durham Road location just steps from Raynes Park station, diners from across Wimbledon and New Malden can easily reach this standout Korean restaurant.
Cah-Chi’s West Wimbledon location is particularly popular for its sundae – we don’t mean ice cream topped with chocolate fudge, but rather, blood pudding stuffed with an array of exotic ingredients – and bulgogi marinated in Cah-Chi’s special sauce. While Cah-Chi does offer up an enormous number of meaty options, the vegetarian items are clearly marked on the menu, and herbivores can choose from several tasty options like the hearty bokkeum-udong (stir-fried udon with veggies) or a bowl of sigumchi soup, spinach and tofu in a miso broth. Book ahead to snag a table at this popular Korean restaurant in London’s Raynes Park!